ENPI Projects- Openwind: Opengovernment, new models of governance in the Mediterranean (since January 2014)
Openwind is an European project that it aims to contribute to promote new models of government on both sides of the Mediterranean in order to guarantee citizens' participation and integration in public decision-making through the use of new technologies. I am the project technical coordinator of the university of Sfax that is involved as a partner.
- SMOT: Sustainable Mediterranean Old Towns (January 2014 - December 2015)
SMOT aims at identifying, exchanging, testing and sharing feasible waste management models in old towns/medinas; as well as to develop policy guidelines on the topic and achieve widespread dissemination, integrating the results achieved into regional/local policies throughout the Mediterranean Basin. I were the communication manager of the NGO ARDES that is involved as a partner.
Erasmus+ Projects- ITG4TU: Information Technology Governance for Tunisian Universities (since October 2015)
This project is aimed to gather a set of researchers from four european universities with a wide experience in developing and deploying IT Governance framework models from three different countries (Spain, Germany and Norway) to develop, adapt and test a new IT governance framework to be implemented in several Universities in Tunisia. Expected results of this project include a better governance model for IT in Tunisian HEIs as well as an overall modernization of the governance processes for HEIs and a contribution of the cooperation between EU and Tunisia. I am the project manager of the university of Sfax that is involved as a partner.